On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 12:21 +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> from the docs:
> The export file dialog shows up if the image type does not match the format 
> capabilites.
> If the user chooses 'Export', a suitably altered copy of the image is used 
> for saving.
> If the user chooses 'Ignore', the image is fed directly to the save plugin 
> instead.
> Are there examples where choosing 'Ignore' benefits the user,
> other than being possibly able to save the current drawable alone?

Could make sense to ask on the gimp-user list. But as far as I can see,
saving the current drawable is the only reasonable use case. We might
want to consider to make this easier by adding "Save Layer" and removing
the "Ignore" choice from the Export dialog.


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